Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) has projected an anti-Obamacare line like the rest of his likely competitors in the 2016 field. But unlike the rest of them, Bush has been largely absent from the roiling national debate on heath care since he left office eight years ago.
To be sure, Bush has condemned Obamacare like essentially every other proud Republican, saying it's "flawed to the core" and "doesn't work." But when it comes to getting wonky, Bush has been more eager to talk about immigration reform or education, his signature policy areas.
Despite more than 20 years in public life, including two terms as governor of Florida, there is precious little in the public record about Bush's fundamental positions on the key health care policy issues. That leaves some major questions about Bush's views on health care, particularly Obamacare.
Does Bush advocate full repeal of the law? What is his preferred alternative? Does he support bringing back Obamacare's crucial subsidies if the Supreme Court invalidates them in over 30 states this summer?
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